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Theresa May: There will be no EU vote

The British prime minister ensures that EU negotiations can be completed within two years.

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British Prime Minister, Theresa May, has said to the BBC that a parliamentary election will now generate stability for a prolonged period.

"An election in 2020 would have disrupted the negotiations with the EU during a crucial time," said May, reiterating that there will be no new referendum on the UK exit from the EU.

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